CBL makes two senior management appointments

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CBL makes two senior management appointments

By Al Urbanski - 02/14/2018
CBL Properties has charged new leadership with reshaping its nationwide portfolio of 76 malls, outlets, and open-air centers.

Alan Lebovitz, son of company founder Charles Lebovitz and brother of president and CEO Stephen, has been promoted to executive VP in charge of the company’s management division and will oversee some 300 employees who staff CBL’s retail centers. Lebovitz joined the family company in 1995 after cutting his teeth in real estate asset management at Goldman Sachs.

Mike Harrison, who joined CBL in 2013 to help launch CBL 2.0, a strategic plan installing new business initiatives and technology solutions, has been named executive VP of operations. Harrison previously served as senior VP of real estate and CFO for a private real estate company and was principal and managing director at KPMG.

“[Mike’s] significant financial and real estate experience has served as a strong foundation as he has worked effectively across departments to improve CBL’s systems and implement new technologies,” said Stephen Lebovitz. “Alan’s team has decades of proven leadership within CBL and a strong desire to move the company forward.”

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